Compex sponsors Wi -Fi 2004 CeBIT showcase with new innovations

Compex will join Wi-Fi in a display of wireless standard compatibility with four newly developed 802.11 g and b products.

Anaheim, CA January 20, 2004 - Compex, rising leader in the networking and connectivity industry, adds four of its latest advancements in wireless technology to the Wi -Fi Alliance's CeBIT 2004 product showcase. Located in CeBIT Hall 13 in the Wireless Area Network Exchange Pavilion at stand D37 in booth C5, Compex products will be featured during the full duration of the event from March 18th through 24th. Attendees will be able to view Compex's new G router NP26G -USB with two ports that have the ability to support a web cam, tracker pod (tilt and pan device) or printer, which give users the capability to set up a web cam or printer server. Compex's G PC card WL54G, versatile access point WP11B+ and the high power PCMCIA card WL11B+ will also be on view.

As the number one ranking show for the ICT sector, CeBIT is the perfect arena for Compex to join Wi -Fi in a display of its most current technology. As a networking and wireless product manufacturer, designer and developer, Compex dedicates all efforts to keeping its products up to Wi -Fi standards. The Wi -Fi showcase is the perfect forum to display the latest Compex IEEE and Wi -Fi standard compliant products for CeBIT attendees.

All Compex products, entered for the Wi -Fi CeBIT showcase, have been recently released and approved by the Compex Research and Development department and are newly available on the market. Compex's NP26G -USB, WP11B+, WL54G and WL11B+ are available through major e -commerce sites such as and Further product information is accessible online at .

About the Wi -Fi Alliance
The Wi -Fi Alliance (formerly WECA) is a nonprofit organization formed in 1999 to certify interoperability of IEEE 802.11 products and to promote them as the global, wireless LAN standard across all market segments. The Wi -Fi Alliance has instituted a test suite that defines how member products are tested to certify that they are interoperable with other Wi -Fi CERTIFIED™ products. These tests are conducted at an independent laboratory. Membership in the Wi -Fi Alliance is open to all companies that support the 802.11 standards. The Wi -Fi Alliance now comprises over 200 members from the world's leading companies. These companies offer over 800 Wi -Fi CERTIFIED™ products. For more information, please visit www.wi

About Compex
Compex is a distinguished, market -driven leader in the networking and wireless connectivity industry. Compex designs, develops, and manufacturers integrative end -user and enterprise level products to fulfill Broadband, Wireless LAN, Bluetooth and IRDA solution needs. Compex seeks to address and fulfill market demands with relevant and innovative solutions. Compex products are available through a large network of distributors, resellers, on/off line retailers, and catalogs. Further information on Compex products can be found at

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